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Work With Me / Review Policy

The Writing Greyhound is a PR friendly blog and I am always open to exciting new opportunities and collaborations.

I am happy to take review requests and often work with a variety of brands, authors and publishers.

Publishers I have previously worked with include:
Brands I have previously worked with include:
If you are interested in working with me, please get in touch for more information.

Book Review Policy

The Writing Greyhound operates an honest, unbiased book review policy at all times. I always give my truthful opinion about a book and will write a review for every book I am sent for review purposes, from five-star favourites to one-star disappointments. If you are an author or publisher only looking for positive reviews, we won't make a good fit for one another. Many other book bloggers only share positive reviews of books they have enjoyed reading - The Writing Greyhound is not one of these blogs. However, if you are interested in receiving an honest review of your book, good or bad, please read on.

I am happy to review most genres except the following:
  • Horror
  • Humour
  • Satire
  • Picture books
  • Novellas
  • Religious
  • Steampunk
  • Essays
  • Memoir / biography (except, occasionally, historical)
On the other hand, these are my favourite genres to read and review. If your book falls into one or more of these categories, I am far more likely to accept your request:
  • Young adult (YA)
  • New adult (NA)
  • Urban fantasy
  • Historical
I also support indie authors and am more than happy to review good-quality self-published books as well as traditionally published novels. Please note that I am highly unlikely to read or review a book from a series unless I have previously read and enjoyed the rest of the series to date.

If you think that your book is a good fit for me, please get in touch with more information. 

Please note - I receive many review requests every day and cannot physically review every book offered to me. If you clearly haven't read my review guidelines or you send me a generic or unnamed request, please don't expect a reply to your message.